Who Patented the First Hair Dye?

Answer Although hair coloring dates back to ancient times, the modern innovator and the first to patent hair dye was Eugène Schueller. His name may not sound familiar, but his company--- L'Oréal---is we... Read More »

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Who first patented Knockout roses?

The Knockout rose was developed by William Radler of Wisconsin. The first Knockout rose was tested by the Conard-Pyle Company in 1992. It won the 2000 All-America Rose Selection Award.Source:All... Read More »

Who patented the first ice cream scooper?

Alfred L. Cralle invented and patented the the first ice cream scoop, called an "Ice Cream Mold and Disher." Cralle received U.S. Patent #576.395 on February 2, 1897. His original, basic, lever-ope... Read More »

Who patented the first pasta machine in the USA?

The first official American pasta machine was patented in 1906 by Angelo Vitantonio. Born in Italy, Vitantonio immigrated to the Murray Hill neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio, where he invented the h... Read More »

Who first patented the knockout roses?

The Knock Out rose (Rosa radrazz) made its debut on the rose circuit in 2000. A garden hybrid made from two patented rose species, the Knock Out rose was bred by William J. Radler.Source:Floridata:... Read More »